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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... gave me a bit of a walking tour of Boston. It was great walking with a local; I learnt a lot about the history of Boston and we ate at an excellent lobster restaurant for lunch. The different parts of Boston certainly are varied; beacon hill is made up of rows of listed Victorian town houses with pretty flower boxes which were so idyllic that they did not look lived in . This part of Boston was very quiet and you definitely felt the wealth leaking out of every corner. The ...
... the narrow, tree lined, old historic neighborhoods with spooky stories on plaques in front of these spooky historic homes that told the tales of these poor innocent people. Because it is a major tourist trap during the month of October, I also anticipated there would be your standard booths selling witchcraft type wares along with the clairvoyant tents and such. I really thought it would be more of a fall festival type of atmosphere. ...
... Ruth was traded to their arch rival, the New York Yankees, where he would go on to become a baseball legend and win multiple championships. The drought for the Red Sox became known as the 'curse of the Bambino' and Bostonians believed they were being punished for selling Babe Ruth to their arch-rival. Quite a story and also some great context as I made my way to Fenway ...
... the best book to read while on a bus with complete strangers. At this point, there were only eight of us on the bus so we had quite a lot of room to stretch out. Little did we know the horror to come (and by horror, I mean a really good time).
In true American style, we stopped for lunch at a ‘highway’ service which served horrific fast food. We’re talking worse than McDonalds. I know. Is there anything worse? Oh yes. So bad I have repressed the name from my memory.
Walked over Charlstown Bridge over the Inner Harbour to Bunker Hill Monument in Charlstown